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Burma: updated top news (8 June 2008)

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Aljazeera.net

5 UN-chartered choppers land in Myanmar

International Herald Tribune –

Reuters, AP YANGON, Myanmar: Five UN-chartered helicopters landed in Myanmar this weekend to help with cyclone relief efforts, but many problems still hindered efforts to help victims of the May 2-3 storm.

Myanmar denies evictions from cyclone relief camps Reuters

5 more UN helicopters arrive in Myanmar The Associated Press

Monsters and Critics.comABS CBN NewsThe Oregonian – OregonLive.comMLive.com

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Voice of America

Burma Denies Forcing Cyclone Victims from Shelters

Voice of America –

By VOA News Burma’s military government denies forcing survivors of Cyclone Nargis out of emergency shelters and back to their devastated villages.

Burma denies forcibly relocating cyclone victims ABC Online

Burma’s junta denies moving cyclone survivors from shelters Radio Australia

Bangkok PostBloombergToronto StarTelegraph.co.uk

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Voice of America

Aid workers report some signs of hope for Burma

CTV.ca –
“There are a number of Myanmar citizens from what I would call the diaspora in other countries and they’ve come home.
Burma Arrests Celebrity Critic Who Organized Cyclone Relief Washington Post
Burma condemns foreign media reports Radio Australia
BBC NewsLondon Free PressWatford ObserverRadio Australia
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The Associated Press

Red Cross: Myanmar dead may never be identified

The Associated Press –

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) – Tens of thousands of people killed in last month’s cyclone may never be identified because their bodies have decomposed so badly and many ended up far from home, an aid organization said Sunday.

Red Cross: Myanmar dead may never be identified KPLC-TV

Tens of thousands of dead from Myanmar cyclone may never be identified Malaysia Star

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TopNews

Burma denies forcibly relocating cyclone victims

ABC Online –

… small portions of rice to return to their ruined villages. It says other storm victims were forced out of schools so that classes could resume last week.

Burma’s junta denies moving cyclone survivors from shelters Radio Australia

Burma rates foreign media ‘worst than cycline’ Bangkok Post

BloombergToronto StarTelegraph.co.ukguardian.co.uk

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Citizen

Japanese medical team hand over cyclone clinic in Myanmar

Monsters and Critics.com –
Yangon – A Japanese medical team handed over a clinic and equipment to the Myanmar government Sunday after spending nine days treating more than 1300 patients in Labutta, a town in the Irrawaddy delta that was hard-hit by Cyclone Nargis.
Five UN helicopters arrive in Myanmar for cyclone aid ABS CBN News
With more access, more progress in Myanmar, says CARE worker Atlanta Journal Constitution
WZTVGrand Haven TribuneAljazeera.netInternational Herald Tribune
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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

June 8, 2008 at 3:39 pm

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